Over the years many stars have hailed from Liverpool, but in their younger years their star quality didn't always shine through.
Some of our most famous sons and daughters didn't have the best time at school, but eventually had the last laugh.
But where did some of our most famous celebs complete their academic studies?
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Here's a list of all the educational establishments our stars attended:
Paul passed the notoriously difficult 11-plus exam meaning he could attend the Liverpool Institute - a grammar school which closed in 1985.
McCartney was determined to save the school and in 1996 he founded LIPA, after rebuilding the old building behind its old facade.
John also passed his eleven plus exam and attended Quarry Bank High School.
The school is now known as Calderstones, after a period of reform and merging with other institutions.
Ringo went to Dingle Vale secondary modern school, after failing his 11-plus.
The school is now an academy, known as King's Leadership Academy.
George Harrison passed the 11-plus and attended the same school as Paul - Liverpool Institute.
John began his comedy career as the class clown at Brookvale High School, now known as Ormistion Bolingbroke Academy.
Paul O'Grady attended St Anton鈥檚 and then the Corpus Christi High School.
Before Abbey's modelling career took off, she could be seen strutting down the corridors at St Julie鈥檚 Catholic High School.
Danielle went to St Hilda's where she was reportedly bullied, despite the headmistress saying the school didn't have an issue with bullying.
Child actress Steph went to the De La Salle School in St Helens.
Always destined for stardom Claire went to the Elliott-Clarke Theatre School, before heading off to the bright lights of London to the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts.
Coleen Rooney attended St John Bosco Arts College.
Wayne attended De La Salle Academy, during which time he started his football career and met his future wife.
Jen went to Broughton Hall High School - a Catholic school for girls, before heading to St Edward's College for Sixth Form.
Tina attended Liverpool Institute High School for girls and Childwall College , before finding fame.
The X Factor star went to Gateacre Community Comprehensive School - before being singled out for stardom.
Like Claire Sweeney Liz attended Elliott-Clarke school and soon after began her career with Atomic Kitten.
Natasha went to Broughton Hall technology college, before taking up her career in the Kittens.